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the crisis in ukraine. >> secretary of state john kerry will meet with his russian counterpart in paris today. >> there are reports this morning that russian troops have seized two ukrainian defense missile system in crimea. >> sanctions could be imposed on russia if it fails to de-escalate by tomorrow. >> if you like your health plan you may be able to keep it longer. the "washington post" says the obama administration is rewriting rules. >>> mom and dad are victors against a daughter for whom they refused to support. >> in florida, a woman and her three children are safe as a dramatic ocean rescue. they were inside a minivan that drove into the surf at daytona beach. >> what were they thinking about? >> electrical contractors believed to be at fault for a huge explosion in south jersey. at least ten homes were destroyed. >> chaos. didn't know what was going on, what had happened. >>nother member of the bush family has entered the political arena. george p. bush won texas land commissioner. >> what is the burrito without guacamole? chipotle is warming climate change
of state joe carried a pressing need is to sponsor a good approach. he talks of a crisis in ukraine the rounded adults to read during the ukrainian forces continue to hold outs and the deceased crimea. or does apply but if people tried to any breach in its border with moral code. amid warnings that many will be overweight this crisis in crime is sin is a war of words rages. here is a two state owned carriers in frocks ahead of a dentist takes me to his russian counterpart sergei lavrov but now the countries surveyed both the palms of recent events in ukraine and health at stores open. words of rock above all just rhetoric saying that there's a strong belief the russian action is punishing is central to her message. we are preparing to work with anybody. if they're genuine interest to ensure that ukraine on. is able to govern itself. as i indicated before and something that i think it's not been emphasized enough. they are currently scheduled to have elections in may. the actions are aimed a car or fall. president putin says moscow will not recognize its peak in this first set of eye
. >> crimea was, is, and will be an integral part of the state of ukraine. >> ukraine's new prime minister talking about the tensions in crimea as russian navy ships remain in the port. >>> plus diplomatic efforts to stabilize the situation in ukraine. secretary of state john kerry set to meet with russian's foreign minister in paris. >>> and the jet of the future that is costing taxpayers a fortune now. ♪ >>> world leaders engaging in shuttle diplomacy today over the crisis in ukraine. secretary of state john kerry meeting with officials in france, nato is also holding talks in brussels. here is is what is at stake. in crimea things are tense. >> reporter: if there is somewhere in crimea where the russians have full control it is here at the port. ships of the black sea fleet block all traffic, military and civilian, draining all life from this otherwise thriving port. this is an easy target for the russians. but if their intention is to take over all ukrainian military installations in crimea, then the mission is not over yet. ukrainian servicemen have refused to yield to this russian
. >>> new developments in the crisis in ukraine. secretary of state john kerry issue add new warning to russia about keeping ukraine whole. and in congress republicans say they will work with president obama to face down vladimir putin. steve handelsman is on capitol hill with more on all this. steve? >> doreen, thanks. some are charging this crisis might never have happened if president obama in the pat had been tougher on russian president vladimir putin. they say they're eager now to help him get tougher. as the crisis in the crukraine, they're getting ared to convene. >> it's more than a cause for concern. it's a cause for action. >> reporter: and tenses rose in eastern ukraine. in crimea where the russian navy, air force, and army have control, russian advocates strapped in a cafe, a dutch united nations man finally three. aboorted his mission and checked vladimir putin's rationale for sending russians here. that they're in danger. in paris russian foreign minister met with secretary of state kerry but he refused to meet with ukrainians. >> we renew our call for russians to spea
. high-stakes talk to end the tense, tense armed standoff in ukraine. secretary of state john kerry meeting with officials from russia and ukraine. is there a way out of this impasse? we'll bring you live team coverage on the very latest. >>> dramatic testimony kauflg an olympic hero to break down in tears. the details of his girlfriend's death who hard to hear. happening right now, the blade runner back in court on trial for murder. we're live with who's on the witness stand at this moment. >>> the deep freeze, it is ending. temperatures this morning finally on their way back up. but it's not all good news. there's another snowstorm brewing. indra petersons is tracking the very latest for us. >> good morning, i'm john berman. >> it's 5 a.m. in the east. there's a lot going on around the world. let's begin in ukraine where tensions in the east and west are escalating this morning with little sign of a resolution. the secretary of state john kerry sitting down with his ukrainian counterpart. later today, we'll talk with russia's foern minister. now vladimir putin insists those armed
efforts to stabilize the situation? ukraine. secretary of state john kerry meeting with russian's foreign minister in paris. >> crimea, was, is, and will be an integral part of the state of ukraine. >> ukraine's new prime minister talking about those tensions in crimea. as russian navy ships remain in the port. >>> and the american fighter jet that is costing taxpayers a fortune right now. ♪ >>> top diplomats trying to end the crisis in ukraine gathering in paris. john kerry is in paris trying to diffuse the crisis in ukraine. earlier today, his counterpart climbing there are no russian forces on the ground. >> the people do not listen to our orders, but the russian military forces in the black sea fleet are placed at the right spots a and some special alert measures have been adopted to control the black sea feet, because as our president said we are not going to allow any blood to be spilled. >> phil ittner joins us live now from paris. >> del, sergey lavrov may say there are no troops, but as far as the west is concerned those are russian troops. it appears as though the tactic is go
between ukraine and russia. high-level talks between the two countries with the united states right in the middle. >>> massive explosion. a neighborhood rocked and leveled. debris in the trees and nearby windows blown out. new details on what caused the deadly blast. >>> swallowed by the sea. tossed like a toy in an ocean, rescue unlike any other. >> it started to go down pretty quick. she went straight into the water. >> the terrifying moment there and dramatic rescue all caught on camera. >>> epic reactions this morning after putting a rotary phone in the hands of youngsters. >> not like this. >> good wednesday morning, everyone. i'm john muller. >> i'm marci gonzalez in for diana perez. we begin with high-level talks aimed at putting an end to the tense situation between ukraine and russia. >> secretary of state john kerry meeting with russia's foreign minister in paris this morning. kerry is also speaking with ukraine's foreign minister who hitched a ride to france on secretary of state's plane. abc's tahman bradley is following it from washington. >> reporter: the u.s. and othe
of state john kerry and the ukraine president will be face to face. efforts at diplomacy have failed so far. i'm martha maccallum. gregg: i'm gregg jared. the united states and great britain could not get ukraine and russia to sit down earlier this morning at a gathering of world leaders in paris but they say they will try again in a few hours. martha: russia is gaining ground in crimea, reportedly surrounding two battalions of ukrainian troops. this as one eastern pro-russian city where russian flags have flown since saturday. the european union is upping the ante with some money. they offered $15 billion to bail the ukraine out of a steep economic crisis. james rosen is traveling with secretary kerry in paris. the efforts to get ukraine and russia to sit down at the table and talk seem to have failed. >> so far a non-starter good day from paris where secretary of state kerry brought the foreign minister on board the secretary's own plane. the two met with the british foreign secretary william haig. they largely agree on the ukraine crisis. but it was meant to note the absence much russia.
to grips with ukraine. the united states and europe have been slated against russia. john kerry and sergei lavrov are due to meet in paris. they are meant to talk about syria, but no doubt ukraine will fig fighture. ukrainian soldiers, meanwhile, have been, in some says forced to choose sides. jennifer glasse reports from sevastopol. >> if there's somewhere where the russians have full control, it's here at sevastopol. ships of the black sea fleet halt all traffic, draining all life from this otherwise thriving port. if the russian's intentions is to take over ukrainian military instillations, it is not over yet. ukrainian servicemen refuse to yield to the russian show of force. >> the russians take position in front of this army base. we spoke to some of the ukrainian servicemen through the gate. they said they had not received an ultimatum. they said they had no intention to vender the base because they had pledged loyalty to ukraine, and said that they hoped it would be solved peacefully. the soldiers are digging in for the long haul. relying on the support of relatives to keep them goi
-strapped ukraine tuesday as it's economic situation worsened. >> the state treasury is empty. and to unbelievable and unlimited corruption in my country we cannot collect the revenues in order to execute our social obligations. >> ukraine has issued short-term debt at right rates as high as 15%. the new governmentest states had needs $35 billion in rescue loans over the next two years. >> with the first efforts with a diplomatic solution failing in paris today what are the tools at the world's disposal if it decides to pressure russia over the occupation of ukraine? that's this edition of the program. joining us for a look at the russian ukrainian and american economies are jacob, senior fellow at the peterson institute for international economics. from kiev, valari, political analyst at a political think tank. he also lectures at kiev business school and from washington, mihala acting director of the council's energy and environment program. jacob, is there much in the way of economic leverage at the u.s. holds in russia? >> cared to the e.u. in my opinion no. you like in europe, for instance, y
night on state-run broadcasts. the leadership of ukraine's government is made up of neo-nazis, and radicaled backed by the west. it's a propaganda drum beat launched at the same time as russia's military move on ukraine. >> what the public sees is the picture in which fascist gangs seized power in kiev. they are dangerous. they jeopardize the livelihood of russian speakers, russian compatriots, ethnic russias, however it is put. and russia is to the rescue of these people. >> reporter: and there is no shortage of commentators always ready to ram home the message. >> translator: they gave guarantees to them and the whole world that the protest was going to be peaceful, as a lot, lots of corpses and tied up government. >> reporter: the government's information offensive has been pervasive and hugely successful. >> when you have state-controlled media, you have an incredible source that when -- whefrn you want to unleash a complain, just give the commanding. >> just because i work here for our team doesn't mean i don't have editorial independence, and i can't stress enough
are following for you. diplomatic efforts to stabilize the situation? ukraine. secretary of state john kerry meeting with russian's foreign minister in paris. >> crimea, was, is, and will be an integral part of the state of ukraine. >> ukraine's new prime minister talking about those tensions in crimea. as russian navy ships remain in the port.
as the world looks for ways to respond to russia's military intervention in ukraine. secretary of state, john kerry, face to face with sergei lavrov. they are both in paris for talks that have been planned before the russian takeover. the talks are so much more urgent. perhaps the most important test yet as to whether dialogue can be used to resolve the crisis in ukraine. in some ways, there have been setbacks. if the us and eu impose sanctions on russia, washington is looking at a series of punitive steps including economic and diplomatic sanctions designed to isolate moscow. no sign either side is backing down from a somewhat polite standoff between russian and ukrainian troops. polite so far. these troops are all armed and the russian forces do remain in effect tiff control of the crimean peninsula. we are covering all the ankles f angles at this hour. elise labott joins us and michael holmes and our chief national security correspondent, jim sciutto, joins us from washington. >>> first, elise, i want to speak with you. i understand john kerry has already had a brief meeting with the russi
for grabs. >> yimcrimea is, was, and will an integral part of the state of ukraine. >> of course, the fact of the matter on the ground is that is not the truth. right now crimea belongs to the russians. i say that because the russians control every strategic point there. they control the naval facilities, they control the ports. and today, they took over two strategic defense areas, defense missile systems. it appears now they control just about everything. well, overnight, united states time, my crew and i flew down to crimea to get a look on the ground and we'll begin where we landed. we arrived at the airport midday. and everything seemed pretty normal. nobody bothering you, nobody asking questions, nobody staring you down in any strange way. the weather much better here than in the north. and then, over here at this gate that leads out of the airport, a man who professes to be a local from simferopol who is volunteering, with volunteer equipment, things that belong to himself, but one difference you might notice here, see the brand-new scotch tape on the fence post here holding up what
the secretary of state, accusing russia of meddling and intervening in the affairs of ukraine. we have phil in kiev, and how did this play in kiev? right now, it is close to 7:00 in the evening there. >> to get out into kiev, and certainly onto the streets of independence square here, i have to say -- i cannot think of a moment in time where a flashpoint situation has called upon the heads of state of two nations, and also their chief diplomat, all speaking about the same issue on the same day. we have seen the president of the united states, the president of russia, the secretary of state, and the russian foreign minister speaking all on one day, all talking about one issue, and i think it's important to make note of that. because it clearly shows how very important these two nations and here in ukraine, with these very important and very powerful nations all talking about the same thing. i find it absolutely extraordinary. >> phil in kiev, and these are the images, by the way, of russian troops that vladimir putin said earlier today said did not exist in ukraine. i want to play what he r
. searching for a solution for the crisis in ukraine. and talks between russia and the united states. >>> inside an egyptian force al jazeera staff face prosecution. >> reporter: the u.n. mandate reports 260,000 syrians are struggling to survive as the conflict there rages on. >> a year after the death of venezuela's former president, the new leader is still dogged by protests. >> on one side russia. on the other side the west, and they have been engaged in a day of difficult to say the least negotiations pro russian forces are taking think strangle hold on the ukraine. a group of armed men threatened united nations top envoy to crimea after he left a naval base. and robert surry is now leaving the region. they have warmed that the there are security implications not just for ukraine but for the entire world. john kerry, secretary of state and his russian counter foreign minister laborov meet in paris. >> reporter: europe and the united states trying to coordinate their position in the face of russian aggression. >> there will be sanctions targeting visas, economic negotiations if th
..studentcam..or >> once again, waiting for remarks from ukraine on secretary of state, john kerry and his russian counterpart, sergey lavrov. both are in paris with talks to resolve the standoff in ukraine. until then, some comments from the senate floor in the russian intervention in that country. this is from yesterday will show you as much as we can until secretary kerry gets underway. >> i wanted to come to the floor today and talk about the ongoing crisis in ukraine. i am glad senator mccain on the floor today because it is hard to describe the sensation that ot and i felt at the end of last year when we got the chance to travel to the mad dog square in kiev and talk to people. it is hard to describe a group of people yelling back to you in unison. thank you, u.s.a. thank you, u.s.a. but that was the reality we were able to experience. it is im know that senator mccain and i did not go to advocate for president yanukovich's removal, even though the process resulted in that fact. in actuait fact. in actuality, we spent two hours that night meeting with yanukovich, pleading with him to abandon
but he went on to mock the west to an experiment involving lab rats. while in key eve, secretary of state john kerry pledged financial assistance to the struggle ukraine. what's next appears to be a balance on the tightrope of diplomacy. jim maceda joins us. >> reporter: what a difference a day makes really. putin's comments on tuesday that he had no desire to annex the crimea peninsula, to take a step back from the brink. even though crimea remains tense on the ground today there's a new report of russians seizing two ukrainian anti-missile posts. still it feels like ukraine is spinning not towards war today but some kind of diplomatic solution. for instance, after secretary of state john kerry's visit to kiev yesterday, where he did show support for that new pro-western government with very strong words against vladimir putin and a promise of a billion dollars in loans, today kerry meets for the very first time since the current crisis escalated with his russian counterpart to talk exit strategy. more significantly, the ukrainian and russian governments are talking on a cabinet level to
that russian president vladimir putin is plotting to escalate the crisis in ukraine. secretary of state john kerry set to meet in paris just hours from now. they are meeting there for talks to try to end the crisis. putin is talking of expanding his military operation in crimea. the russian president says there are no russian soldiers in ukraine. he insists they are just local self defense forces. >> russian forces have seized part of a ukrainian missle defense unit. they are trying to find a solution. we have reporters on the ground in ukraine, russia, and washington this morning covering all the angles. let's begin with cnn white house correspondent. what are you hearing from the white house this morning? >> reporter: nothing this early at this point. today john kerry is going to meet with his counter part, the russian foreign minister. leaders there are expressing concern at not seeing russia at this point at the table to talk about this situation. that talk between secretary kerry and the foreign minister, as far as we know at this point, is expected to go forward in a matter of hours. e
, that being the diplomatic efforts in paris to resolve the crisis in ukraine. secretary of state john kerry is there. he's meeting with other dig nears. we'll bring you his comments live. we'll take a commercial break right now. we will be right back. >> it's absolutely filthy... >> every sunday night, al jazeera america brings you conversations you won't find anywhere else... >> your'e listening because you wanna see what happen... >> get your damn education... >> talk to al jazeera only on al jazeera america >> oh my... russia, as long as none of us are inside of ukraine trying to meddle and >> we're following breaking news at this hour. that is u.s. secretary of state john kerry. highways been meeting with his russian counterpart sergei lavrov. questions being asked, though, it's believed that kerry would address reporters, but you can see nothing was said. we want to bring you up-to-date on what has been happening in ukraine. it has been another day of tense developments. we want to show you a scene outside of a cafe in simfe roopol. he waan u.n. member of the envoy robert surrey being
those nuclear weapons. the united states also was going to place sanctions on ukraine if it did not give up its nuclear weapons. on the very beginning, there were tensions between russia and ukraine at the end of the cold war. those tensions go back even earlier, when khrushchev gave the crimea over to the ukraine and russian nationalists opposed that. back to that in a minute. the main point here is that tensions from the end of the cold war started. 994, there was an agreement that ukraine would give up its nuclear weapons in exchange for russia, u.s., and european security assurances that all of the states would guarantee ukrainian territory. that is what has been questioned. that agreement in 1994, the budapest agreement, was a neutralized ukraine and all the states guaranteed its territorial integrity. that is basically what has fallen apart with putin going into the crimea. marketas often seen as a tactician. how on earth did he not see this one coming? there was already a threat to the black sea fleet at its main base. we have had a country which has , some would say, by a kleptoc
to the ukrainian people that the united states stood with them in their desire to see a better future for ukraine aligned with europe and the west. this strong bipartisan approach here in america to the midon movement helped the people in the ukraine as they charted their path toward a new government. we didn't dictate. we supported the right of the people to determine it for themselves. but now despite the success of the midon, the crisis in the ukraine has changed its face. it hasn't dissipated. and today secretary kerry was greeted in kiev by ukrainians pleading for the continued support of the united states. and so having been so clear voiced in our support of the ukrainian people thus far since the tproe tests began last november, now is the moment when republicans and democrats should stand united in this congress so years from now when a group assembles in kiev marking the anniversary of this grave crisis they will celebrate ukraine's political sovereignty and economic rebirth with more chance of thanks to the united states. so, in what shape should this support come? first, we need to sta
will be crucial. if vladimir putin sends more troops into crimea and eastern ukraine, what the united states do? >> there's a growing sense of resolve in europe and around the world against any aggression by putin in the crimea or beyond. and i think that it will be met with negative reaction. certainly at the political level, but beyond that, it could include sanctions, as well. >> and what about the issue of sanctions? senator harry reid said he doesn't think it the united states should act alone basically saying if u.s. allies express any kind of hesitation, there would be a big problem. some people criticized him and said that was a weak thing to say. it's a fact of things to say, 13 of the top 15 -- >> at this point the administration reached out to the leaders in europe. i met with the president and senator reid this afternoon. i know the conversations are under way. but they're waiting to see now what putin's press conference was all about. it appeared he hit the pause button. i don't want to overread what he had to say. i hope he is trying to take into consideration what happened to his
ukraine. >> we're waiting for another statement from secretary of state john kerry in paris after his marathon meeting with the leaders of ukraine, russia, and european ministers. right now, kerry is back behind closed doors with allies after meeting with russia's foreign ministers. this is an additional meeting. kerry was supposed to address the press and head back to paris hours ago. but russia's lauvrov left withot speaking to his ukrainian counterpar. the white house saying no deal has been reality showed. but president pawn and chancellor merkel discussed a possible international effort to improve the standoff. >>> in brussels, nato putting all military and civilian meetings with russia on hold and is reviewing all of its dealings with moscow, the russian envoy accusing nato of double standards here in holding cold war stereotypes. russia has until late tonight to reverse course in ukraine's crimea region or face e.u. sanctions and even possible expulsion from the g-8. the white house is looking to deescalate the situation. pro-russian protesters in crimea surrounded the car carr
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and ukraine today in paris, secretary of state john kerry sounded actually pretty upbeat. we're not out of the woods yet, but president obama's approach to diplomacy and threatened action actually seems to be working. meanwhile, the republicans are using this crisis to, surprise, call for more pentagon spending. now we already have the world's biggest military budget and i think putin already knows that. today's complex geopolitical threats actually require diplomacy, economic sanctions, cyber warfare plus a bigger military. in this particular situation, now, obviously, you don't know what the future brings up. >> right. >> but right now us having more tanks or a bigger military budget wouldn't make any difference at all, would it? do you think putin would be acting differently if we had a thousand more tanks? >> i think america's strength and what america has in military that's unmatched by any, i think it stops a lot of tyrants from doing a lot of things, the mere threat of military action. >> in this situation, we had nuclear weapons and putin didn't seem to care. >> i don't think a
compromises with other states takes shape following the elections in ukraine alternated twenty fifth. all he can take the strong world she said ok without the request which drifted with the tips and were taking control of were not leaving so he's keeping all his options open at the moment rob parsons the day began with um the russian president announcing an end to those military maneuvers on the border which is not far from where you are of the stock market rose earlier also there were pro russian troops would of taken control the bell bay airbase in crimea firing warning shots as the some three hundred ukrainian soldiers demanded their jobs back. how intense is it when you are. i think that incident this morning was a reminder to all who love us the authority of this is just good to be a peaceful takeover of the situation remains extremely tense. noah takes is a spot in the whole thing could explode. what happens he said there was three hundred ukrainian soldiers who formerly until the russians to go but we're running the base. went to the base of the month that they get that job rights of
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. >> a super power stand off over a russian invasion of ukraine. secretary of state john kerry speaks out tonight. >> i team looks into growing number of pedestrian deaths on the streets of san francisco. they're not always the driver's fault more still to come. ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] spring is calling. save 25% when you buy two scotts fertilizers -- one to use now and one for later. >>> russia's vladimir putin has pulled thousands of troops back from the ukrainian border and agreed to a meeting tomorrow. secretary of state kerry is in ukraine paying tribute. his visit a direct challenge to putin who today told reporters his invasion into southern ukraine was humanitarian. >> it's not appropriate to invade a country at the end of a barrel of a gun, dictate what you're trying to achieve. >> president obama says the military infection could end up driving country as wayay from russia... >> vladidididimir p p puuuutin cocolonenel l l l l l l bentntn. this preresisisident believevevd war is ovovovererererer. vladimir p put wrin doesn't believe the cold war is over. >> secretary kerry will
jazeera america. secretary of state john kerry is in paris in an attempt to diffuse the ukraine crisis. he'll hold face to face talks with russian counterpart sergei lavrov. on tuesday john kerry was in kiev pledging a billion dollar loan and urged vladimir putin to stand down military pressure and affirmed american solidarity with ukraine. >> the united states will stand by the ukrainian people as they build the strong sovereign democratic country that they deserve. >> for more on the talks between john kerry and sergei lavrov, we are joined by phil ittner, who is in kiev. the meeting was supposed to be about syria, no doubt ukraine will be the focus of the conversation. >> yes, absolutely no doubt that will be the topic. conversation. in addition to sergei lavrov and john kerry, we heard to the e.u.'s katherine ashton, will join sergei lavrov and john kerry in paris. >> there are still protests on the ground, i see, behind you there in kiev. are the people on the square listening or are they concerned about the diplomatic efforts in. >> they are concerned for a variety of reasons. there'
support. >> let's keep in mind, there is a u.s.-ukraine treaty. the united states does have some defensive agreements with the ukraine. i don't think -- i think crimea is lost. i don't think they're ever going to pull out of there. i doubt very sincerely they're going to try to go further than that. >> why? two years ago, he went into georgia and he never left those two parts of georgia. now he's in crimea. why do you think he would stop? >> he took a very small percentage of georgia, and they said he was going to take over the rest of georgia. >> can we invade anywhere? just saying -- >> your house. >> what about defense? should we be rethinking the fact we're gutting defense? we're cutting 10% of troops. >> very bad timing for the obama administration to announce a drawdown of the military two days before this -- >> you think it's a coincidence? that's the message we send? >> a very bad, bad message. >> i don't think they think that far ahead. >> the american people are the last group that are going to put troops on the ground in europe. >> the only person recommending that is someone fr
to ukraine to show solidarity with the new anti-moscow government. state department correspondent margaret brennan is traveling with the secretary. who is in paris tonight. margaret. >> reporter: scott, secretary kerry said his short visit to kiev was incredibly moving, and while he condemned russia's act of aggression, he said it is still possible for ukraine to have a peaceful political transition. >> good morning. >> reporter: secretary kerry made his way today to the shrine of the fallen near independence square, where the demonstrations that ousted president yanukovich began. more than 80 protesters were killed in the uprising last month. >> thank you! thank you! >> reporter: the crowd appreciated the visit, as did their leaders, who got the concrete help they were looking for. kerry promised the u.s. would provide $1 billion in loan guarantees, help ukraine get its finances in order, and bring sanctions against russia in the coming days. kerry also had a message for president putin-- back off. >> it is not appropriate to invade a country and, at the end of a barrel of a gun, dictate
of that state. >> secretary of state john kerry was in ukraine's capital city of kiev today where he announced the united states is offering ukraine an assistance package that includes a $1 billion loan to help with recovery and its upcoming elections. john kerry continued to be the administration's tough talker about the russian government. >> the contrast really could not be clearer. determined ukrainians demonstrating strength through unity, and the russian government out of excuses, hiding its hand behind falsehoods, intimidation and provocations. in the hearts of ukrainians and the eyes of the world, there is nothing strong about what russia is doing. if russia does not choose to deescalate, if it is not willing to work directly with the government of ukraine as we hope they will be, then our farners will have absolutely no choice but to join us to continue to expand upon steps we have taken in recent days in order to isolate russia politically, diplomatically, and economically. i would emphasize to the leaders of russia, this is not something we are seeking to do. this is something russi
between russia and ukraine. secretary of state john kerry and ukraine's foreign minister are meeting in paris while nato leaders meet in brussels. more on this ant tend tense dess the situation. >> reporter: exactly right, eric. high-level talks and diplomacy under way. the international community is getting together in an effort to try to de-escalate the situation. even vladimir putin is now saying, he's nots looking for a fight. the u.s. and other nations are still trying to diffuse the standoff in ukraine. in paris, secretary of state john kerry met with the foreign ministers of ukraine and great britain before talks with russia. >> there are very clear legal obligations that are at risk in this, and we're going to talk about those here this morning. >> reporter: yesterday the secretary blasted vladimir putin's invasion of crimea. >> it is not appropriate to invade a country and at the end of a barrel of a gun dictate what you are trying to achieve. >> reporter: in crimea, tensions remain high. with russian and ukrainian troops staring each other down. putin says he ordered troops
of state kerry is in ukraine tonight and said he'll work on ways to deescalate tensions further. coming up, how they plan to help the government nut get up and running. >> main may be responsible for several accidents overnight n san francisco a driver lost control on wet tracks and crashed into everett middle school. >> in pinole chp blaming speed and rain for a rollover accident overnight happened onion ramp to eastbound 80 around 11:30. she was treated on scene for minor injuries and is expected to be okay. >> very cloudy outside, but no real rain, i think. >> right. let's go to spencer christian. >> well put, no real rain, correct. you can see clouz and spots of moisture, there may be an isolated sprinkle or two. and you can see this is the movement of spots of moisture, you can see wetter conditions in the north bay. look at the small amount at redwood city. 2/100ths. you can see rainfall not evenly distributed a live view showing lots of clouds. temperatures 59 in san francisco. a live view showing clouds over san francisco international airport. 61 in napa. 59 san rafael. and lookin
on package worth one billion us dollar is too hard. ukraine's new government. united states also plans to send technical advisor if ukraine to get the country's economy back on track. meanwhile in russia and the defence ministry confirmed that it successfully test fired an intercontinental ballistic missile tuesday. although the council's planned before the current crisis in ukraine and the us was notified before hand. after the undercurrent of tensions between russia and the west honey can. i don't use. and for its first case on a fast changing events in ukraine in the er joined in the studio by professor owen mention how the department of ukrainian studies at humboldt university for four and studies the welcome to the program proved to be here well professor let's start with the root of the crisis why is russia so keen on innit tightening its grip over ukraine and it isn't something that putin had been planning for a while why restrict the amount of crap do you know i know we should remember it and carries them russia's black sea fleet their input is not willing to leave that topic a
guarantees to ukraine that secretary of state john kerry announced earlier this week. joining me to discuss this is a member of the foreign affairs committee in the house, ileana ros-lehtinen of florida. good to see you. >> thank you, jake. >> we heard from john kerry. he said he'd rather be in the position they're in today than where they were yesterday. are you seeing progress in some sort of resolution? i have to admit it's escaping me. >> well, it depends on what your definition of progress is because if we're going to just talk the talk and not walk the walk, that's not progress at all. we've got to dial back the rhetoric unless this administration is really going to follow through on its bluster. one of the things that i think we should do, we must do, is add names to the list. this is a bill we passed and became law last year named after one of the anti-corruption activists who was beaten to death in a russian jail for exposing corruption. and it names and shames those human rights violators in russia. it freezes their assets, and it will fine any companies that do business with huma
states reaffirms our commitment to ukraine's sovereignty and territorial integrity. according to international law. condemn the russian federation's act of aggression and we have throughout this moment evidence of a great transformation and in that transformation, we will stand with the people of ukraine. >> a lot of really positive reviews, mika, of kerry. >> peggy noone this morning of the wall street journal talks about how kerry is an indispensable voice on the global stage. >> doing exactly what we need our secretary of state to do. >> see said he's spoken out and been far more aggressive than he is predecessor and didn't measure every word for political reasons. >> the president tried to give vladimir putin some room and back off. >> there is a strong belief that russian's action is violating international law. president putin seems to have a different set of lawyers making a different set of interpretations but i don't think that's fooling anybody. >> during a standoff, russian soldiers fired warning shots at 200 unarmed ukrainian military personnel trying to enter thei
international law. >> rhetoric between the united states and russia today as the crisis in ukraine grows. it's time we wake up about vladimir putin. >> students took to the streets, they said against rising crime. >> new report finds american hospitals and doctors have been overprescribing antlightics. >> antibiotics are often used as shotgun treatments. >> we took time to watch the movie gravity. 260 miles above the earth, we know a little about gravity. >> we begin with russian pat vladimir putin in a rambling news conference scolding the u.s. for interfering in ukraine and said his country was on a humanitarian mission to protect russians in crimea, vowing that any use of force by russia would be a last resort. president obama responded saying putin's rationale was not fooling anybody, and he bristled as suggestions that the russians were doing a shrewd power grab. >> the way that some of this has been reported, that there is a suggestion somehow that the russian actions have been clever strategyically, i think this has not been a sign of strength but rather is a reflection that countries
the ukraine or guess aggressive with the balkan states there will be something more than hand wringing as a reaction. >> the russian foreign minister will be talking to nato. one of the harsher moments was an accusation that the u.s. interferes in world affairs and was behind what he called a coup in ukraine. >> i have a feeling in america some people sit and do experiments on rats without knowing the consequences. >> colorful as usually. chris dicky said we're facing a new cold war and considering how involved russia has been on the foreign policy stage, how big of a problem is this going to be moving forward around the world geo politically because we're now dealing with iran's nuclear program, dealing with syria and netanyahu was in town talking to the president on monday in peace between israel and the palestinians. >> i agree with chris in the short term. not sure i agree with him in the long term. i do agree that the question of the future of ukraine remains open and a little bit more than vexed. i don't agree that we have no possibility of pushing back. not too long ago, that is
. diane? >> thank you, terry. >>> as you said, secretary of state john kerry was on the ground in ukraine today. and abc's chief global affairs correspondent, martha raddatz, is traveling with him and joining us right now. so, martha, give it to us straight. is the united states closer to conflict with russia tonight or not? >> reporter: vladimir putin, the bully, vladimir putin, may already have gotten what he wants, crimea. so, it's very possible he won't push any further. this is the way that man negotiates. he is a bully. he is hammer-handed. this is how he operates. >> but there's going to be meetings. they are negotiating? >> reporter: there are negotiations going on. tomorrow, secretary kerry will be meeting with the russian foreign minister here in paris. secretary kerry really wants to get this settled as soon as possible. >> at the end of the day, can the united states let russia keep crimea this way? >> reporter: a simple answer to that is, is europe going to go to war over crimea? the united states certainly won't. so, that may well happen. >> all right. martha raddatz, as we
. many decent honest republicans southern ukraine. appealing to many stately and make corrections here's what's happened yet its quiet way of life. if you want peace prepare for war. the crying meander on to roads connecting the peninsula to the mainland here and here this is one of them. says rising political sake of the content into a small undesirable forces from the north. the fear that ukrainian fascists the country's own to nationalists writes that the group helped topple president in the. now many crimean so worried that such meticulous want to come and open pandora's box. what you will. we want peace in our country who don't know what was happening to you don't want to be with more cocktail or shot or killed me. if this is the one to coexist peacefully. we are ready but apparently they don't seem unreasonable and teams stand shoulder to shoulder with professional officers including members of the special police unit which was disbanded by the end their mission is to lead an anti terror operation. it includes a witch doctor trial hearing explosives for the mining industry. at le
in kiev we respect and honor the territorial integrity of ukraine. as a participating state in the final act of the conference for security and cooperation in europe in 1975, russia committed to respect the sovereign equal and individuality of other participating states. mr. president, it is clear that in many respects, russia has violated the very agreements it signed. it has shown an act of aggression in a sovereign nation of ukraine. now i will concede the situation is complicateed because of the basic agreement between russia and ukraine when it comes to that critical piece of real estate in the black sea, but it still does not warrant the efforts that have been made by putin to destabilize an effort toward peaceful government. mr. putin has argued that the change in government in kiev was just the mob in the street. nothing could be further from the truth. it occurred through its parliament and through its constitution and with the promise of an open and free election on may 25. it's up to us in the west and all countries that believe ukraine deserves our assistance and support to m
against ukraine. then there is the model provided in the united states which requires sanctions on -- gross human rights violations at home, and we should be speaking to our european allies that they, too, should adopt similar legislation imposing sanctions both toward this particular act of aggression and more broadly the state of human rights violations that characterizes the russian federation today. third, in our congress should look to consider if there's a bill that would take the act sanctions for human rights violations and make them applicable not just to the individuals in the russian federation, but globally. and whenever we are looking at the types of countries that both abuse their populations at home and threaten their neighbors, these things are, and this is a solution which applies from countries, iran and china broadly, but once again as legislation sitting in congress deserves to be considered. the second audience, our allies, our partners, the people's look to the united states traditionally for leadership. vasser eric edelman who serves on the board of direct
takes center stage today surround russia's invasion of ukraine. secretary of state john kerry will meet with his russian counterpart this morning in paris. >> president obama and i want to make it clear to russia and to everybody in the world that we are not seeking confrontation. >> reporter: last night president obama talked about a possible resolution with german chancellor angela merkel. the proposal would allow russian troops to stay in crimea but on their bases in the region. and international monitors would ensure ethnic russians in ukraine are protected. russian president vladimir putin calls the invasion a humanitarian mission to protect those russians living in ukraine. he also said he would use force if needed. but while politicians talk, russian soldiers are digging in. >> once they are there, there is not a reason judging by what putin has done in the past to think they are going to leave. >> reporter: the u.s. is considering economic sanctions against russia. susan mcginnis, cbs news, washington. >> putin said economic sanctions would not make a difference. >>> it is 4:42.
and substantial in terms of the number of weapons that ukraine held at that time. the secretary of state has been cleared about the obligations placed on russia. what obligations are placed on us as a signature? >> our obligations are to support as we do the independence and territorial integrity of ukraine. it doesn't placed on us an obligation to take armed action about that. it provides in article six of the memorandum for consultation between the signatories. that is what we and the united states are proposing for tomorrow. secretary kerry and i and the acting foreign minister of ukraine will be in paris tomorrow. there is an opportunity for us to have consultations under the budapest memorandum. that is the technical answer. that is what it provides for. further to the point of the secretary's comments, the u.k. andived a limited supply exposure to consequences for the rest of europe. what do you do about ensuring the security of the supplies so does not end up limiting our ability to take actions against russians? with the gentleman is raising is very important but it is more of a medium to
influence in that state >> woodruff: ukraine's new prime minister, speaking in kiev, also demanded the russians back off, while announcing the two sides are now talking. >> reporter: we are once again calling on russia to stop military aggression on the territory of ukraine. ukraine is ready to renew and moderate a new style of relations. we have begun consultations at the ministerial level between the governments of ukraine and russia. >> thank you! thank you! thank you! >> woodruff: all of this, as secretary of state john kerry arrived in kiev's foggy independence square, paying tribute to protesters who died in sniper attacks. he condemned what he called russia's act of aggression. >> it is not appropriate to invade a country and, at the end of a barrel of a gun, dictate what you are trying to achieve. >> woodruff: kerry also met with ukraine's interim leaders, and announced a $1 billion economic package for the new government. meanwhile, there was more talk in the west of imposing sanctions on russia. even as moscow warned it would retaliate. foreign minister sergei lavrov spok
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